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May 10, 2012
 

No Problem is too Big – Trisha

My name is Trisha, and I’m a student from Bangalore. I just finished my 12th Standard. I met Paramahamsa Nithyananda when I was 13 years old. He has completely turned my life over since then.

In school, now is a time when all my peers are starting to get into bad habits such as drinking and smoking.

If I hadn’t met Swami, I would probably have been like one of my friends, by getting into such habits.

Swamiji has completely changed my way of thinking, and I’m more mature to handle any situation. No problem seems too large. Any problem that life creates is no longer a problem, but a test from Swamiji to help us grow. This thought helps me get through anything.

He’s a constant source of inspiration and I’m so glad that I met him and got inspired to work towards enlightenment at such a young age.

Trisha
Student
Bengaluru, India





 
 

 

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